Stefunny C is Back, and Dead Sexy, and Somewhat Humorous

Stefunny C
Not too long ago we brought you a few sexy pictures of a model who goes by Stefunny C… and we wrote some silliness about this name of hers — see “StefunnyC’s Hotness Is No Laughing Matter”.

It turns out Stefunny C is not funny — not funny funny. Not like a clown. She does not amuse you like a clown. She has a sense of humor, but she’s not Louis CK.

Which is a good thing. Imagine all these pictures and videos of Louis CK wearing a bikini in an empty movie theater. Eww! Make it go away.

You’ll want to be following @stefunnyc on Twitter. And while you’re at it, add the master of girlie photography who shot these pictures, a Mr. @kaloopy.

A nickname I have had: My nickname somewhat became a stage name. I was a freshman in college and I was having a down day. My friend said “Stephanie you’re funny, you have to Stefunny.” It became a nickname but when I started modeling I realized there were a lot of people with my real name and decided that I would just use Stefunny as a “stage name” as well to set myself apart. It’s pretty humorous when people think it’s my real name and I hear people actually calling me Stefunny. I like it, I guess, it’s clever, although a lot of people expect me to be funny because of it.

I’m a nerd about: My cats. I have 2. If we are friends, there’s a 90 percent chance I have texted you a photo of my cats at one point or another haha.

I would rather have a root canal than: Get a shot. NOTHING in the world to me scares me more than a needle. I’ve had a root canal before and nothing is worse than a shot.

My greatest weakness: Guys who wear hats and sweatpants, usually at the same time. I’m not sure if that’s weird enough to be considered a “fetish” but it’s an automatic weakness that drives me crazy!

I don’t understand why people think I’m: stuck up. This is really only on the Internet because they perceive me as being this model chick. I’m also very sarcastic so sometimes that can come off as mean. I am actually really nice, down to earth, and love chillin’ with sweats and no make up on more often than not. Being sexy is just part of my job. Not just who I am.

Something cool about having boobs: Curves are sexy.The coolest thing about having my boobs, especially in California, is that I didn’t have to pay for them and girls giving me even more attention than guys. I’ve had multiple women tell me that when they get their breasts done they want to take me in with them to use me as a mold. It’s pretty flattering.

People tell me I look like: Eva Mendes. Or of Middle Eastern descent. Which I am neither. ;)

I’m too sexy for my: Family — hahaha. My parents are pretty conservative, low-key people. My mother always has a slight heart attack seeing me in lingerie but she seems to be getting used to it in time.

When I was 8 years old I thought I would be: A veterinarian. I love animals so much.

Stay out of my way when: I’m angry. I’m Puerto Rican and when I am angry I am not afraid to hurt feelings or say whatever is on my mind at that time.

I am completely freaked out by: Spiders and guys who get way too clingy too fast.

I will never understand why men: Don’t simply listen. Women are very intuitive, emotional creatures…we talk and talk and talk. If they listened to the cues or hints that we gave, men would rarely be confused.

The most interesting compliment I ever got from a stranger is: Some guy told me I looked like a walking painting. I asked him what he meant and he said God was Picasso. And kept walking. Very strange! Haha.

The most exciting thing I did today was: I went skydiving a couple weeks ago. It was one of craziest things I’ve ever done, but one of the most that was worth it. Everyone should experience the rush at least once.

If I were to go that way, my lesbian lover would be: RIHANNA. She is the only girl in the world I have a legitimate crush on. I would go that way, but only for her. ;)

My backup career if this whole “being pretty” thing doesn’t work out: Hahaha!! I have a Bachelor’s degree and before I moved to LA I was working in a mental health clinic with patients. I would like to go back to that someday and get a Master’s degree, maybe in some type of therapy. Entertainment is my first passion, but I never want to be seen as JUST a pretty girl. I feel I have much more to offer than that.

The best thing I learned from an ex-boyfriend was: To really cherish someone who gives you their all. I took him for granted and it wasn’t until years later I realized how lucky I really was. It is hard to find someone who genuinely sticks by yourself through thick and thin and loves you unconditionally. It was the best thing I’ve learned so I could be better for my relationship.

The first time I can remember feeling sexy was: I was 14 and a freshman in high school. In middle school I was always the dork… huge glasses, really skinny and lanky, frizzy afro hair. I was never happy with how I looked. When I started my freshman year I started filling out, got contacts, learned how to use a hair straightener and wear make up. Every guy that had rejected me now wanted to know me, especially the upper classmen. It was not until my crush of two years who used to make fun of me wrote in my yearbook at the end of the year “I wish I would have been with you last year, you’re hot now, what a mistake.” It was very empowering and the first time in my life that I discovered the power of attractiveness. At 14, I felt an inner sexy that I knew would carry me throughout my life.

A grown man should not: Abandon his children, think a woman should support him, or disrespect his mama. Any man who does any of these things is a big no-no in my book.